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When you "Safari crashes," can you be more specific? Do you get the Apple dialog saying "this program has closed unexpectedly, please click here to send a bug report to Apple"?
Also, could you please see if the problem reproduces in Firefox?
yes, it gives me a dialog telling me i can report the bug to apple.
the error is also there in firefox.
The weird thing, is if i copy the component to a different project, and reference it there, the tabs work fine...
looking at the situation, it leads me to believe that there might be a maximum number of tab-able indexes on any particular canvas?
not sure, but this is very frustrating!
also, i put the component in its own state, and tabbing ultimately send sit back to the first box, but it doesn't crash the browser.
so, why would a tab send it back to the first place no matter where the focus is?
ok, last post, until I get a response :)
When using a canvas, with visible property initially set to false, I click a button to set the visibility to true. After the visibility is true, I go to the first textInput and I type in a valid value. I then hit tab, and I get an error (in both FF / Safari) saying that the application stopped unexpectedly, offering me a way to send input to Apple.
If I put this component in its own state, I do not get this error. Keep in mind, that I do this exact same thing in a different area, and it works just fine.
Can you please post sample code to show the crash?
illadelphiaWeaponX, et al,
Have you found a solution to this problem? Is there a part of your website ( http://www.collegeburg.com/ ) where we can go and see the problem?
I am having the same problem here. There is a custom component that is set to visible with two others set to invisible. When I tab from one text field to another, the browser crashes. I can reproduce this in Firefox and Safari on Mac OS X, and in Firefox and IE on Windows XP Home.
The error in Firefox on XP is "firefox.exe has encountered a problem and needs to close." and it then gives the option to Send Error Report. In IE on XP, same error, except replace "firefox.exe" with "Internet Explorer".
The errors on Mac are like "The application Firefox quit unexpectedly. Mac OS X and other applications are not affected...Click Report to see more details or send a report to Apple"
I don't know if I can paste the code here, but I can paste all the more detailed errors, if yall want.
i did not find the solution to my problem, but i eventually just handled it in a seperate state, and it works fine now.
Unfortunately, I am not sure if there is a solution or if it is simply an issue that Adobe needs to address and patch.
I would love to see the detailed error messages. I would also love to see any code sample that reproduces the problem. Thanks!